The Rolling Stones Announce 14 On Fire Tour
The dates see the band traveling to Abu Dhabi, Tokyo and beyond.
The 14 ON FIRE tour will begin with a very special one-off show in Abu Dhabi on 21 February 2014, before heading out on the road across the Far East and Asia to play three shows in Tokyo and a one-off show in Macau. The Stones will then travel to Australia and New Zealand for one-off shows in Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Hanging Rock, Brisbane and Auckland. A further two big concerts in Asia will be announced soon.
Mick Taylor will once again be appearing as a special guest on the tour, alongside Jagger, Richards, Watts and Wood.
The stage design for the indoor concerts is based on the band’s ubiquitous tongue and lips logo, which extends out into the crowd, allowing the Stones to interact directly with their audience. The exclusive ‘Tongue Pit’ GA Standing area inside the stage will give fans in this area an "incomparable 360 degree concert experience".
Rolling Stones 14 ON FIRE dates:
Abu Dhabi - du Arena (Yas Island) - 21 February 2014
Tokyo - Tokyo Dome - 26 February 2014
Tokyo - Tokyo Dome - 4 March 2014
Tokyo - Tokyo Dome - 6 March 2014
Macau - Cotai Arena - 9 March 2014
Perth - Perth Arena - 19 March 2014
Adelaide - Adelaide Oval - 22 March 2014
Sydney - Allphones Arena - 25 March 2014
Melbourne - Rod Laver Arena - 28 March 2014
Macedon - Hanging Rock - 30 March 2014
Brisbane - Entertainment Centre - 2 April 2014
Auckland - Mt Smart Stadium - 5 April 2014
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